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In the president's world, there is no higher question than "who's getting paid?" [Read More]
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The administration's reticence about the disappearance of a Saudi journalist is offensive, but it's also clarifying. [Read More]
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Among its lessons: sometimes, small is better. [Read More]
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The disappearance of Jamal Khashoggi drives home the consequences of the Trump administration's refusal to champion democratic values around the globe. [Read More]
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L3 expects to depart its Manhattan headquarters and join Harris in Florida. [Read More]
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The abduction of Interpol's president shows that Beijing's officials will be subordinate to the orders of the Communist Party. [Read More]
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The Ukrainians are eagerly off showing a proposed long-range UAV while uncertainty surrounds Russia's Altius program. [Read More]
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Kim Jong Un may not be giving up his arsenal now. But that doesn't mean he can't get there eventually. [Read More]
Welcome to our podcast about the news, strategy, tech, and business trends defining the future of national security. [Read More]
The change reflects Trump's defense strategy and rising threats from China and North Korea. [Read More]
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That's why Raytheon and others are eagerly courting non-U.S. partners with state-of-the-art gear. [Read More]
Gen. Neller says training on the Korean peninsula is an integral — if not quite irreplaceable — part of Marine readiness. [Read More]
But DOD responds that new ways are needed to harden crops against coming natural and manmade threats. [Read More]
The debate doesn't just have consequences for U.S. foreign policy—it will define the next decades of domestic affairs as well. [Read More]
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The future of human performance is a research race, and the U.S. shouldn't take its lead for granted, the DIA director says. [Read More]
Testers achieved access with simple tools, default passwords, and long lists of known-yet-unfixed vulnerabilities. [Read More]
Trump has increasingly sought advisers who are less apt to push back on his disruptive agenda. [Read More]
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